Bruichladdich 14 year old

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Alcohol:46
Region:Islay
Color:Soft golden buttercup yellow
Nose:Flowers in warm sunlight, cedar and pine then a hint of lemon and lime
Body:Medium weight with a fruit syrup texture
Palate:Firm and dry at first, slight oiliness, becoming maltier and sweet
Finish:Long, warming, very subtle flavors
First Tasted:May 2004
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